Emotion and neuroscience: the Michelangelo’s Moses
- Escrito por Arianna
New experiment, directed by prof.Fabio Babiloni and supported by Brainsigns, about emotions during the observation of the famous Michelangelo’s Moses statue, in the church of San Pietro in Vincoli, in Rome.
As Babiloni says: “Looking into the eyes of a tridimensional body arouses high emotions, greater than emotions in painting observation”.
Interview to Prof. Babiloni on "Michelangelo’s Moses" experiment
Click here for more details of the research reported by Repubblica.it .
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